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calculations but something we know empirically happens. so now the park-by-park look. first justin hermann plaza. justin hermann plaza is about 2,000 feet from the transbay tower *, a similar distance from the other two buildings that might shade it. the potential shadow from the new buildings would happen in late fall, very early winter. as little as 15 minutes, as much as 50 minutes total. the times of day when that might happen are about 1:00 to 2:40. it is important to note as you can see the duration, maximum of 50 minutes is shorter than this time of day, two 2:40, an hour and 40 minutes. that is important because the 15 to 50-minute period can happen at different times. at some times it happened between 1:00 and 1:50, sometimes in later parts. actually this park is unique because the buildings are shaded at different periods of time. one might be shaded 10, 15 minutes. half hour another building shades it for another 10, 15 minutes. the chart on the right is something we have provided for a few of these open spaces, which helps to visualize the magnitude of shadows. the chart is a
that he worked from home. >>justine: lacy's home is very isolated. neighbors say he lived there because of the isolation. if you want more information about this story you can follow it on a kron4.com or on comcast 193. >> these two children were taken by their father. he went to this yacht harbor and stole a bow. -- boat. i am >> 8 3.5 earthquake rocked beverly hills over night. they did not appear to have any damage. the epicenter was 1 mi. from west hollywood. >>justine: let's go to james for the weather. >>james: take a quick look like from the golden gate bridge. we do not have cloud cover at the bridge right now. here's a quick look at the temperatures right now. here is the satellite view. it stretches out to the north bay but most of the rest of the area is cleared. here are the temperatures at 12:00. as reports the clock forward you will see a 80 degree weather pushed into the east bay. it will be a mild day today. i will be sunny and warm. temperatures will bottom out toward the weekend. will have the 7 day around the bay forecast coming up in a bit. >> there is not a lot g
. >>justine: that are reading to a place during the very busy morning can you can >> i heard popping noises pin i thought it was a semi pin >> i looked over and saw the officer already down pin when i knocked over i saw the second officer on the hill firing down at the suspect pin side realize what happened all i wanted to do was to get out of the way. >>justine: this is exactly where the shooting happened. >> this was on a 680 an alamo. let's take a closer look at that area. it happened on 680 south on the livoma exit. all southbound lanes were finally opened by about 630 in the evening. >>justine: confined for the information about this and other kron 4 news at our www.kron4.com cast 193. police are searching for a suspect in a shooting. we will bring you more information as to get >>erica: good morning. it is another cloudy day of around the bay area. here is the day planner. they can get fairly warm appeared we have a handful of spots creeping up into the 90s. there will be no blue skies. we will see mostly cloud cover. this is a tropical front so it may be a little bit monday. -- mc
are in ben benghazi. >>> wrongfully convicted in a murder for hire plot justin wolfe was hoping to walk out of a jail today after serving 11 years in console taker confine -- console taker confinement. a judge overturned the sentence after he discovered the prosecution allowed false testimony at trial. we're going live to peggy fox in manassas with more information. peggy? >> report: jc, there was huge disappointment and many tears today in the courtroom after judge mary grace o'brien denied a request for justin wolfe's release. the courtroom wasn't even big enough for all the people who came to support justin wolfe, people who believe he's innocent and spent 11 years on death row for no reason. he was convicted of murder for hire back in 2001 for the shooting death of daniel petrole. both wolfe and petrole war marijuana dealers. the person who shot and killed petrole was owen barber. barber testified that justin wolfe hired him to kill daniel petrole. but since then owen barber has recanted that testimony and even told a federal judge that the only reason he said wolfest hired him to do it
may see thunderstorms for some of our inland areas. of for all is pretty mild conditions >>justine: the bay bridge is nice and smit andmooth. a at the cemetery ridge is transmitted and the traffic is light on the golden gate. >> as a fast spreading wild fire in lockwood valley. firefighters have been there since as they mourned. it's unclear how this fire started. >> a 3,600 a. wildfire started on sunday. they do not expect to get it under control until next monday because the terrain is very steep. >>james: frank ryan suffered a heart attack when battling a fire last thursday. he is in stable condition. he has not spoken yet. his firefighting friends and his family has have remained at the hospital around the clock. >> a fire happened at 1310 church street in san francisco pin >> a 20 year old male was found shot and a word. investigation is underway. they did not have a good description of the suspect. >> in man is recovering this morning after being stabbed in the lake and san francisco last night. police arrived and found a 24 year old man stabbed and it took to the hospit
)hello baltimore, i'm justin kowal, from glenn burnie. cooe watch me on jeopardy or else i'll get real crabby.clips #25, #20 have justin's rehearsalwhat is 2 thousann seven hundred 13.the :23i've been watching eopardy since i was 5 or 6 yeers old. now, the graduate of loyola university .... and financial mmnnger at northrop grumman..... is putting his knowledge to the test.(nats juutin)clip #201:06:45i always wanted to say this, let me make this a true daily double. (cheers)we caught up with justin during rehearsals on the jeopardy set.he took the online test in february.an thee, last spring, after being inviting to drive to cleveland to test in person......he got the phone call he'll never forget.(sottjustin)clip #44 1111:23saying you're a (standup)clip #481:20:031:19;08 1:19:28(editorrnote: i think i maybe cut them together?)so you like watching jeopardy at home. and maybe you're pretty cameras, and alex asking you 3 the questions.... it's a whole different game, than sitting there on your couch. (sot justin)1:11:33clip #44you can sse most of the audience. alex is onll 50 feet away froo
're going to hear from justin bieber's mom. >> she gets a serenade from her son. >> she does, she does. >> worth sticking around for. >> penny marshall is here. she's going to tell us about her upbringing, what was crazy! her book is entitled "my mom was nuts." >> but so is she. it will be good. it's going to be really good. >> love her. love her. i want to personally thank everybody for your best wishes yesterday and for al and matt at the box office yesterday. >> i was surprised when they walked out with their tickets. >> i was blown away by that. i want to thank all our facebook fans, because your wishes mean the world to me. thanks, everybody. guess where our sarah is today. >> where? >> why are you drinking that when you spent your whole evening debached on some rooftop drinking cucumber martinis. >> at the peninsula hotel with high school friends. a cucumber martini is so good! anyway, that's the group of us. we had fun. and now i'm feeling it. this is a peach one -- or pears. who cares? let's talk about -- >> sarah is at ohio state. we have on our big competition about which col
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idol justin bieber. but before he was born his mother made tough choices and how her faith helped her make the right ones. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. >>, thank you. thank you very much . welcome to the huckabee show from the fox news studio necessary -- in new york. we have a lively audience most from the massachusetts republican assembly. [applause] i didn't know there was that much republican enthusiasm in all of massachusetts much less coming to our show. we are so happy to have all of you folks here. if we don't learn from history, we are disdes-- destined to repeat it that is it what is happen negligent stare happening in the star down with iran and israel. one believes we can reason and others knows playing with a snake leads to snake bites. if you continuing is it a political gamesmanship. for israel it is not. the president is often sphoken of his familiarity with muslim countries for having spent growing up years and having family members who are muslim. and i visited many including egypt and jordan and iraq and syria and lebanon and saudi arabia and uni
to imagine what >> is the winter. imagine what those children of winter. >>justine: it turns out that officer kenyon youngstrom was on the scene at first to deal with a dead deer. he ended up pulling over 80 branco because in the of an abstracted license plate. after a few seconds of conversations with the driver who was shot in the head. the officer that was behind the cheap shot and killed the suspect. the suspect has been identified as 36 or older christopher lacy. they're looking into a motive for the shooting. >> we found out that lee see worked for several different companies even eat a. he lived in the east bay and also sausalito. >>james: less get enough data on the weather for today. >>erica: let's take a look outside of the mountain camp. and can hardly make out the lights in the distance. we keep the potential for thunderstorms are round for the rest of the morning. as we head into the afternoon we may see partial clearing. it will be cooler than yesterday. we will still be dealing with tropical clouds from much of the day. >> here are the temperatures this morning.
. jonathan, when and how should a parent first intervene? we have heard from justin and his experience. but overall, what-we know the signs. we already talked about them. how should they intervene with a potentially problem situation? you know, tami used an important word, which was to have the conversation. i think that is crucial to begin to talk about what they see, what their concerns are and what is going on. it can be very challenging because, you know, as i think bridget and justin mentioned, adolescence is a time of experimentation. it's a time of risk taking. so, you know, one doesn't want to smother your kid or be what is referred to nowadays as a "helicopter parent," which my daughter accused me-but at the same time, one needs to have that conversation and begin to address the issues and point out what your concerns are and maybe set some parameters for what you are looking at and follow up. and see if things are not getting better, if you are seeing the same things that concern you, it's important to seek help, seek some kind of assessment. you know, what i am really troubl
, after a very short gain. their field goal kicker is the rookie justin tucker. there is belichick exercised on the sideline and here is what he is angry at. >> cris: did jacoby jones do anything wrong on this one? nope. didn't look like it. great play. >> al: second down and seven. flacco hanging in there! and to the outside again! and the catch is made by dennis pitta. his number one receiver coming into the game. already at the 35. free agent kicker tucker. >> cris: big year so far. 6 for 6. made kicks of 48, 51 and 56 last year replacing billy cundiff who missed the kick that could have sent the ravens to the super bowl a year ago. >> al: three long ones last week in philadelphia. from the 35 yard line on first down. inside give and going nowhere this time is ray rice. >> cris: obviously, you're playing two roles here. you're playing against the clock. you don't want to give tom brady another shot. i don't want my game winning field goal to be from 50 plus yards either. you got to think we have to get at least another 15, 20 yards. >> al: 10 or 15. massage the clock here. secon
at the prince william county courthouse where the family of justin wolfe received disappointing news today. despite a federal judge throwing out just tip wolfe's murder for hire conviction -- justin wolfe's murder for hire conviction and death sentence, the judge here today refused to release him on bond. >> it's so unfair that justin has spent 11 years in solitary confinement for a crime he didn't commit and it's time for him to come home. >> reporter: 10 years ago justin wolfe was sentenced to death after being convicted of murder for hire in the killing of fellow marijuana dealer daniel petrolli. the shooter owen barer who is serving 38 years now says wolfe had nothing to do with it, but prosecutors are preparing for another trial. >> i don't know what evidence they have. owe wedge has gone on the stand and -- owen has gone on the stand and admitted that justin had nothing to do with this, that it was only so he could avoid the death penalty himself and judge jackson in federal court found that to be a truthful statement. >> reporter: a new trial is set for october 15th, peggy fox, 9
kicker is the rookie justin tucker. there is belichick exercised on the sideline and here is what he is angry at. >> cris: did jacoby jones do anything wrong on this one? nope. didn't look like it. great play. >> al: second down and seven. flacco hanging in there! and to the outside again! and the catch is made by dennis pitta. his number one receiver coming into the game. already at the 35. free agent kicker tucker. >> cris: big year so far. 6 for 6. made kicks of 48, 51 and 56 last year replacing billy cundiff who missed the kick that could have sent the ravens to the super bowl a year ago. >> al: three long ones last week in philadelphia. from the 35 yard line on first down. inside give and going nowhere this time is ray rice. >> cris: obviously, you're playing two roles here. you're playing against the clock. you don't want to give tom brady another shot. i don't want my game winning field goal to be from 50 plus yards either. you got to think we have to get at least another 15, 20 yards. >> al: 10 or 15. massage the clock here. second down. incomplete. >> cris: whoa! >> al: bend
. >> this is super sized. we have justin bieber's mom, patty millette is with us. >> yes. >> country star josh turner is going to sing a song for hodi. >> is he? >> yeah. >> and guiliana rancic is here as well as andrew mccarthy. >> and we are equipped for the show because we have four glasses of wine, since it's a long show. >> the same amount of time as always is on wednesday. >> this is a cherry wine. >> cherry wine from the cherry republic in glenn arbor, michigan. $15 at cherry republic.com. >> how do you know? >> i have a bad feeling we didn't bring wine for our guests. >> hoda, some big guests here today. >> i have some guests here, jeff jacobs, whose wife was a big fan, i don't know about jake, but his wife loves us and olivia mesker with caa, new agents in the house. >> hoda changed agency, we ms. sarah has not been with us all week long, sarah is yet at another university this morning, vying for the school with the best spirit around the country. >> yes, at ut in knoxville, you guys. and this challenge, again, we have narrowed it down to six finalists, they are syracuse university, the ohio
. >>> we are following a tense situation at justin herman plaza and many are still in riot gear. >>> a big announcement coming from the pentagon. >>> an action around the campus and we will tell you what celebrities have been spotted filming their new movie. >> this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> good morning, thank you for joining us september 18th, i am pam cook. >> let's check weather and traffic and i know steve doesn't care, i got in the care and i had to turn on the heat real quick this morning. >> i care, david. the cooling which has been on the coast for a while has moved well inland and temperatures are continuing to come down, 50s and 60s and some 70s, even out to the delta it has been cooler, here is sal. >>> traffic does look good so far driving to oakland. also the commute looks good to marin county and san rafael. >> we have developing news coming in from san rafael. a firefighter has been hurt just from hours ago. allie rasmus is live on east 14th street, what happened allie? >> reporter: well the restaurant was on fire and the firefighter who cut his leg wild
. >> he's the most googled person on earth. perhaps fitting because justin bieber came to us via the web. tonight his goals for adult life. >> i just don't want to be another teen heartthrob. >> a famous musician and heartthrob turns 18. >> i feel like they're judging me based on my music and the not based on the flick of my hair, although that's fine. i don't hate that. >> plus, the back story of the handcuffed lovers in the photo that's been the talk of the web this week. that and more as "rock center" gets under way. >>> good evening, and welcome. we have done some rearranging on our broadcast tonight because of news that broke over the last 48 hours. attacks on american facilities overseas, some of chem in so-called friendly nations and the murder of four americans including our u.s. ambassador in libya. today there were protests in no fewer than 11 different countries. there are concerns that when friday dawns in the middle east there could be more trouble. more on that in a moment. tonight we want to begin with our chief foreign correspondent richard engel, who tonight will try to
liquid.turned out, it was unconsious.firefighters came s boy.d revived the boy. justin mulcahy, anne arundel co. police: "it's my understanding the methodone was purchased illegally."but, the investigation showed paul brooks, the boy's dad had much more than methadone.cocaine, marijuana,heroin,and methamphetamine was also found. justin mulcahy, aane arundel co. police: "experienced deteccives believed, based on the amount of drugssthat were in that house, that ttere was inteet to distribute these narc" narcotics." reporter: "is the boy ok?" [woman nods]two women came bbck to the reece road home ttis afterroon, but weren't talkative. talkative. woman: "i'd raahee not comment, really." really." justin mulcahy, nne arundel co. police: "it's extremely disturbing and, again, the narcotics chhrges arr only the beginning in this. we're looking into the possibility there could be some child neglect charges here, and certainly that's an angle we're gonna look at."anne arundel county police say they may file charges on another person in the home. home. [reporter knocks on door]we knocked on t
there for you. >> reporter: terry steinberg is talking to her 31-year-old son justin wolfe who has been in solitary confinement on death row for 11 years. >> that's been 11 years of ups and downs and disappointments and frustration and shock and disbelief. >> reporter: wolfe is now in the prince william county jail awaiting a bond hearing tomorrow. >> the drawers are full of newspaper articles. >> reporter: wolfe's bedroom is frozen in time with memorabilia from his high school days. he was a running back at chantilly high school in 1996 when they were state champions. in 2002 we had was 21, he -- when he was 21, he was convicted of murder for hire and sentenced to death. the conviction and sentence devastated the entire family. twice his mother was given dates for justin's execution. >> it was just a very sick feeling that, you know, wow, this is the day they say they're going to take my son's life and you feel so helpless. you know, how can i stop this? what can i do? >> reporter: wolfe was a marijuana dealer. the jury found him guilty of hiring owen barber to kill daniel petrolli
. it was a huge disappointment for justin wolfe and his family. his mom choked back tears. in 2001, justin wolfe was convicted of murder for hire in the shooting death of fellow marijuana dealer danielle patrol. wolf was sentenced to death. the killer owen barber who was serving 35 years testified wolfe hired him to do it but barber has since recanted and said he lied to save himself. prosecutors say they're preparing to retry justin wolfe. >> he is a changed man and he spent 10 years on death row. enough is enough already. >> this has been the strongest scared straight program any kid could ever go through. >> justin has grown up, he has watched a number of men walk off to their death from death row. and that is quite a lesson that no one should ever have to experience. >> a new trial date has been set for october 15th. >>> front and center, the virginia board of health and the fight over abortion clinics. at issue, do clinics have to meet stringent hospital-like standards to keep going. surae chinn was on the scene as the big decision came down. >> reporter: the vote was 13-2 to adopt the stri
myspace. justin timberlake helps the once popular social network relaunch to a new tune. this is the morning news. we've worked hard to keep it. bp has paid over twenty-three billion dollars to help people and businesses who were affected, and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open for everyone to enjoy -- and many areas are reporting their best tourism seasons in years. we've shared what we've learned with governments and across the industry so we can all produce energy more safely. i want you to know, there's another commitment bp takes just as seriously: our commitment to america. bp supports nearly two-hundred-fifty thousand jobs in communities across the country. we hired three thousand people just last year. bp invests more in america than in any other country. in fact, over the last five years, no other energy company has invested more in the us than bp. we're working to fuel america for generations to come. today, our commitment to the gulf, and to america, has never been stronger. if you think occasional irregulathink twice.ig deal, it may
at the top for teen idol justin bieber, before he was born, his mother at that timety had to make tough choices and explains how her faith helped her make the right ones. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applause] >> thank you, thank you, thank you very much. welcome to the huckabee show from the fox news studios in new york. we have a really lively audience and a lot of these folks, not all, but most of them are from the massachusetts republican assembly. (cheers) >> and i didn't know there was that much republican enthusiasm in all of massachusetts much less coming to our show. we're so very happy to have you folks here. if we don't learn from history. we're destined to repeat it. now, i fear that's exactly what's happening now, in the staredown between iran and israel, appears that barack obama is neville chamberlain to benjamin netanyahu's winston churchill. one man thinks we can reason with maniacal killers and the others know that playing with a snake leads to snake bites and those who think that this is political gamesmanship. i assure you, while it might be fo
for the seat held by webb. justin timberlake brought sexy back and now he's looking to bring myspace back. atlet's get to linda bell bloomberg headquarters in new york with that and more. gains insee some yesterday. .t went to a new record high the company is expected to the leader in the u.s. to display advertising, which banner ads. facebook stocks it now trading below $21 a share. some say the stock is and it's predicted to drop. annger justin timberlake took in myspace ake ago. users can give their e-mail for an invite to the new service. the peanut butter recall is getting expanded beyond trader joe's. more on that in the next hour. reporting for abc 7 news. back to you. >> thank you. 3 degrees. >> still to come, an update on a involving hundreds of pepco workers. are expected to vote >> will soon find out if pepco picketn will hit the lines. they're expected to vote on a on wednesday.sal the main sticking point is changes to health and welfare plans. >> the public roundtable will be in the glenn dale neighborhood of northwest d.c. has flooded four time this year. legislation will be
. >> barbara harrison introduces us to justin, a wonderful young man who social workers say has a lot of love to share. >> hi, justin. hi. how are you? >> reporter: meet justin. a terrific 9-year-old who, although he can neither see nor speak, can hear and respond with loads of energy. >> he is a vivacious young man, as you see. he's energetic, he's loving, he has a beautiful smile. he is visually impaired and he's nonverbal, but he reacts to sounds and he loves classical music. >> reporter: justin seems to enjoy learning. he works with a number of tools meant to help him one day be able to communicate. >> they're doing speech with him, doing sign language. we expect him to do a whole lot of wonderful things with his life. listen to that. justin definitely responds to music. and to the sounds of voices that are kind and loving with him. >> we're hoping that he will be able to speak. he can hear. and they're teaching him sign language so he can sign his needs to others. >> reporter: he loves being with people. and interacting with them. >> he knows what you're saying. and he does whatever you'
and children services, new york, new york; justin riley, at-large board member, faces and voices of recovery, seattle, washington; bridget ruiz, technical expert lead, division of systems improvement, jbs international, bethesda, maryland. bridget, 21.5 percent of 18- to 25-year-olds have an issue with illicit drugs. talk to me a little bit about that and what kind of drugs are they using. it is quite different than it was even 2 or 3 years ago. we see a huge increase in pharmaceutical drug use, not using it as prescribed. we also see an increase in alcohol use, and binge drinking is a serious problem, as well as some of the more legal types of drugs labeled as incense or those types of things in different smoke shops. and jonathan, does that hold true for what you are seeing in new york city? absolutely. we are seeing the use or the misuse of drugs such as ritalin, adderall, inderal being used for specific purposes to help kids stay up late and study, to calm kids down. we're also seeing a lot of binge drinking and we're seeing a disturbing kind of resurgence in the amount of nicotine smoki
row in a prince william county murder for hire case is hoping he'll be out tomorrow. justin wolfe's conviction and death sentence were thrown out by a federal judge who found the prosecutors withheld key information. peggy fox spoke to justin's mom today. >> i think there will be a lot of people there for you. >> reporter: terry steinberg is talking to her 31-year-old son justin wolfe who has been in solitary confinement on death row for 11 years. >> that's been 11 years of ups and downs and disappointments and frustration and shock and disbelief. we were only allowed to hug him once every four months for the first few years. >> reporter: wolfe is now in the prince william county jail awaiting a bond hearing tomorrow. >> the doors are full of newspaper articles. >> reporter: wolfe's bedroom is frozen in time with memorabilia from his high school days. he was a running back at chantilly high school in 1996 when they were state champions. in 2002 when he was 21, he was convicted of murder for hire and sentenced to death. the conviction and sentence devastated the entire family. twi
walk you around just a little bit. you can see several thousand people here in justin herman plaza. there is built, boy say half an hour to double what it was at 5:30 and now, at 6:00 boy say at least 3,000 riders here. you possibly have a id better idea by looking at sky 7. we've been talking about what they have seen over 20 years and what changes they would like to see. >> this would be nice if there are drivers that could communicate together on another level. this doesn't feel like we're reaching each other this way. >> this is riders have rights. >> used to be going through an intersection and cars been waiting three three red lights and get angry and try to run someone over. but you don't see that much anymore that. is a good change. >> there is. >> i don't think there is violence and construction but i haven't heard that have happening over a year. >> there is another change we've heard is that when they would like to get rid of the circle when they ride in a circle before moving on. people are telling me that makes drivers angry and doesn't bring the message get out of the
, everybody, i'm jon kelley. it was a peaceful end to the occupy protests in justin herman plaza. protesters listening to police and taking to heart what the warnings were about taking down their tents when asked. about 75 marchers from yesterday's one-year anniversary celebration occupied the plaza last night. they put up only about eight tents. police telling them to take them down by 6:00 this morning and occupiers listened. about 30 police officers were on hand just in case. most of those officers have gone home, but a few are still at the plaza right now just to make sure that the tents do not go back up. occupiers will be allowed to stay at that park today because it is a public space. they will, of course, have to leave tonight when the park closes. >>> right now rob mayeda is in for christina loren here with the local forecast. >> still seeing 40s and 50s outside. the sun really not getting through the clouds just yet to help warm us up. we do have a strong sea breeze that even as the sun breaks through the clouds, it's going to be cool. our high temperatures today 60s, san francisco
and death sentence have been thrown out, but will justin wolf finally be allowed to come home or will he be retried? i'm peg. i'm have the story coming up. i'm peggy fox. i'll have the story coming up. i'm barack obama, and i approve this message. mitt romney's position on women's health...it's dangerous. vo:mitt romney and paul ryan would get rid of planned parenthood funding. and allow employers to deny coverage for cancer screenings and birth control. we can't afford to let him take away ohoices... to take away basic health care. vo: both backed proposals to outlaw abortions...even in cases of rape and incest. i don't think that women's health issues have faced a crisis like this in decades. >>> a young man who spent the last 11 years on death row is hoping he can be released. his death sentence and conviction were thrown off by a federal judge who found prosecutors allowed a key witness to give false information. peggy fox, you have the new details. >> prince william county county commonwealth attorney paul eberg has now recused himself from the case. fairfax county commonwealth's at
justin cry. >> i know this sounds crazy, but he sounded like he was singing. he did. >> that's pretty good. that's justin bieber's mom patty opening up about raising the pop superstar. apparently she knew he was destined to tinge from the very beginning. we'll have kathie lee's exclusive interview with her coming up in our next half hour. >>> meanwhile, inside studio 1a i'm matt lauer alongside savannah guthrie. look who else is here, our good friend ryan seacrest in our green room. >> surprised he's not tweeting. tweeting a lot lately. that's how he revealed the new judges on "american idol," so we'll have him how nicki minaj and keith urban are getting along with mariah carey and randy jackson. is everyone gelling? >> apparently there's some tension. apparently it got so bad that ryan had to pull a gun and fire a warning shot. is that correct? >> not revealing anything. >> either that or he's in a soundproof booth. >>> big changes coming to twit their will affect the 140 million active users. we'll reveal that here live. >> that's on our twitter pages. maybe we'll get new followers.
this afternoon. breezy, high near 79. mixture of >>> tell us what it was like when you first heard justin cry. >> i know this sounds crazy, but he sounded like he was singing. he did. >> that's pretty good. that's justin bieber's mom patty opening up about raising the pop superstar. apparently she knew he was destined to tinge from the very beginning. we'll have kathie lee's exclusive interview with her coming up in our next half hour. >>> meanwhile, inside studio 1a i'm matt lauer alongside savannah guthrie. look who else is here, our good friend ryan seacrest in our green room. >> surprised he's not tweeting. tweeting a lot lately. that's how he revealed the new judges on "american idol," so we'll have him how nicki minaj and keith urban are getting along with mariah carey and randy jackson. is everyone gelling? >> apparently there's some tension. apparently it got so bad that ryan had to pull a gun and fire a warning shot. is that correct? >> not revealing anything. >> either that or he's in a soundproof booth. >>> big changes coming to twit their will affect the 140 million active users.
's county man is charged with brutally attacking a 72-year-old man last week. police arrested justin strong friday night. they say he beat his elderly victim with an aluminum bat, and when he didn't hand over his wallet. the victim is now listed in stable condition. >> a wheaten man is wanted for the murder of his girlfriend. neighbors called police and police arrived for reports of an altercation. her boyfriend was gone from the scene and is considered a suspect. three children were home with the couple, but police do not believe they saw anything. if you know where this gentleman is, please call 911. and police identified a man killed in a shooting. brian andre proctor of forestville was found suffering from gunshot wounds. he was rushed to a nearby hospital where he died. misare offering a 25,000 reward with information for an arrest and conviction in this case. >> in the week ahead now, couns counselors will be on hand. friday night, a police cruiser hit a 15-year-old girl who was running away from several fights that broke out. no word on the extent of her injuries. >> heads of states
the officer with no other choice? >>> and ryan seacrest talks to justin bieber in what could be his most revealing interview yet today, thursday, september 13th, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a thursy morning. i'm savannah gurthrie. >> and i'm matt lauer, and we're following breaking news once again this morning. let's take a look at these live images from cairo where security forces are clashing with demonstrators. it's near the u.s. embassy and it's happening for a second straight day. this after angry protesters made it on to the grounds of the embassy in yemen's capital city overnight. >> there are reports that the perimeter of the compound there was breached and american flags burned. but we're told order has now been restored at the embassy in yemen. meantime, a u.s. warship has arrived off the libyan coast. a second is expected to arrive in the coming days. and overnight, president obama called the presidents of both libya and egypt to talk about the response to the violence there. >> meanwhile, flags flying at half
to ask for evidence that's the handicapped placards our plates belong to them. >>justine: this is the williams fire at in southern california. so far the fire has bird's 3,600 a.. if they are still trying to battle the wildfire. they have put evacuation orders and place. they do not expect full containment until next week. we will have more a little bit later on right here on the kron 4 morning news room. >>mark: we will be right back. [ female announcer ] introducing yoplait greek 100. 100% new. ♪ 100% greek. 100% mmm... ♪ oh wow, that is mmm... ♪ in fact it's so mmm you might not believe it's a hundred calories. well ok then, new yoplait greek 100. it is so good. ♪ >>darya: no easy day which is a memoir of a navy seal hits the shelves today. the pentagon once the author and the publisher to forgo all profits from this book. >>mark: that downtowns will open in about 20 minutes. august ended on a high notes. we have seen some of the lightest trading volume in the month of august. we are looking for the jobs report today. >>darya: louisiana is still under water thi
. what is happening now? >> reporter: pam, the protegessers return to justin herman plaza -- protesters return to justin herman plaza and this is where they were several months ago. >> reporter: occupy san francisco celebrated their one year anniversary with demonstrations. police had to shut down the interception and stop muni buses as protesters danced, held signs and wrote slogans. they stopped in front of bank of america on california and kearny. then they moved to the wells fargo branch. police officers stud in riot gear in front of the bank's protest. this is where they add midded to wracking up bills -- admitted to wracking up bills. and they let dollar bills on fire. protesters wanted to light the inside of the barrel on fire but police would have broke up the crowd. organizers say over the past year the biggish accomplishment was preventing some from losing homes. >> we stopped 52 foreclosures and kept people in their homes, working with the banks. >> reporter: they blame the police for the violence across the country over the past year. >> if people are paying attention people
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